This fall 20 young journalists will get a chance to report virtually on the UN Climate Talks. Young journalists interested in climate change reporting are invited to apply for a month-long virtual Climate Justice Journalism Fellowship. Participants will receive a €250 stipend and take part in various workshops. The deadline is on Monday 20th September 2021.
The fellowship is organised by Climate Tracker, an international non-profit organization,
aiming to support, train and incentivise better climate journalism globally. This October and November a team of 20 journalists will report virtually on the UN Climate Talks as part of the fellowship.
The one-month fellowship will include a €250 stipend and a two-week online training in the lead up to COP26. Fellows will benefit from small group and individual mentoring and opportunities to work on collaborative stories with other reporters from around the world.
The deadline is on Monday 20th September 2021.
Young and early-to-mid career reporters are invited to apply. Candidates will need to publish up to 4 stories in their national media.
Applicants should be from or living in a developing country.
Find out more now.
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